It is not: they are the same. A "product" and "multiple" are synonyms.
No, it is not.
The product is not always greater than 1.
That only happens if they're both improper fractions, i.e. greater than ' 1 '.
It depends on what type of fraction it is. If the fractions are improper fractions, the product will be greater than the two fractions multiplied together. (Ex: 3/2 x 5/4 = 15/6 or 5/2. 5/2 is greater than 3/2.) If the fractions both have 1 as a numerator, the product is smaller. (Ex: 1/3 x 1/6 = 1/18. 1/18 is less than 1/3.) Any other fractions, it would depend on what fractions you're multiplying. Remember, you are multiplying the numerator by the other numerator and the denominator by the other denominator. (Answer Product of numerators/Product of denominators)
The product of two fractions is equal to the two numerators multiplied together divided by the two denominators multiplied together. (a/x) * (b/y) = (a * b) / (x * y)
they are also multiplied. When multiplying fractions: (N1/D1) x (N2/D2). The new product is (N1 x N2) / (D1 x D2).
The terms (factors) used in multiplication are the multiplicand (the factor being multiplied), the multiplier (the factor that the multiplicand is multiplied by) and the product (the answer, or results of the multiplication). Any time either of the factors is greater than the other by at least one, the product will always be greater than the largest factor.
When its multiplied by anything greater than one
it's only negative if it's being multiplied by a positive number. If it's being multiplied by another negative number than it will be positive.